Maui, Hawaii, is a great destination location for any type of event. Whether you are planning a corporate event or intimate wedding ceremony, Maui is the place. When considering getting married in Maui, it is wise to research both the climate and location amenities. For climate considerations, do you want a more tranquil environment with calm water? When considering the location of your wedding, do you want to have everything within one place? What about a beach wedding? If a beach wedding is your choice, please know that unless you select a private beach or ocean front private venue, you cannot have any accessories, chairs, or decorations on a public beach. We encourage you to work with a wedding professional, as you will need a permit for all public beach events.
Maui beach weddings
Here are three public Maui beaches you may want to consider:
1. Makena beach State Park – One of the most popular beaches with two distinct areas: Big and Little Beach. Big Beach maybe a better option for a wedding ceremony, but be aware of the changing climate/ocean changes. Little Beach is for the open-minded guest as clothes are optional within this section of Makena Beach. Overall, there are some great ceremony spots. This beach also has adequate public restrooms and showers.
2. Baldwin Beach Park – Love the name by the way – I married into a great last name! This beach has a variety of activates to offer every guest. It has a Bohemian vibe with the most beautiful beach sand to water transitions. Beware…your enjoyment of this beach maybe amplified with a local fire dancer or DJ playing great music. This beach is a great family experience with picnic areas, public restrooms and showers.
3. Hamoa Beach – Want a true aloha welcome… consider Hamoa. This beach has a breath taking diverse look and experience. Typical of Hawaiian lush scenery, this beach promises to not only welcome but create a strong desire for you to stay. There are limited public restrooms and shower access.
In true Aloha fashion, of “thinking good to oneself and others”, we ask that you honor the Native Hawaiian culture and treat the island and beaches as a gift that deserves respect and honor. Need a Maui Wedding Coordinator, contact us today. Aloha!